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“Penengro” is an exciting story set in Ireland about a young orphan, Rory, who runs away from a difficult home, and meets and then lives with a group of gypsies. This book was close to the heart of the author, Hilda van Stockum, as she always sympathized with the outsiders in life.

Penengro

“Penengro” is an exciting story set in Ireland about a young orphan, Rory, who runs away from a difficult home, and meets and then lives with a group of gypsies. This book was close to the heart of the author, Hilda van Stockum, as she always sympathized with the outsiders in life.

The top twenty books every Irish American should read - IrishCentral.com

The top twenty books every Irish American should read - IrishCentral.com

'Good Piping' is a documentary film which explores the lives and music of eight uilleann pipers around Ireland.   http://vimeo.com/24786300

'Good Piping' is a documentary film which explores the lives and music of eight uilleann pipers around Ireland. http://vimeo.com/24786300

Looking for a great movie to watch with your family on St. Patrick's day? We've got you covered!

13 Irish Movies to Watch This St. Patrick's Day

Looking for a great movie to watch with your family on St. Patrick's day? We've got you covered!

Set in Ireland in the 1600s, this book is about the white slave trade that went happened on the Barbary Coast. Well researched, and done with Jordan's usual stunning characters. Took a bit to get into, and not my favourite Jordan book, but a good read for those who love history, adventure and grit. Robyn

Set in Ireland in the 1600s, this book is about the white slave trade that went happened on the Barbary Coast. Well researched, and done with Jordan's usual stunning characters. Took a bit to get into, and not my favourite Jordan book, but a good read for those who love history, adventure and grit. Robyn

Books about Ireland for Kids- Kid World Citizen

Beautiful Books about Ireland for Kids

Easter Widows by Sinead McCoole The untold story of the widows of Ireland's 1916 Easter Rising. Ms McCoole is curator of Kilmainhaim Goal Museum, and a leading historian of women's role in the Revolutionary Era  http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KCRP9IO/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_r5Spub0RS08P4

Easter Widows by Sinead McCoole The untold story of the widows of Ireland's 1916 Easter Rising. Ms McCoole is curator of Kilmainhaim Goal Museum, and a leading historian of women's role in the Revolutionary Era http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KCRP9IO/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_r5Spub0RS08P4

S Is for Shamrock: An Ireland Alphabet by Eve Bunting, Matt Faulkner Small in size (less than 400 by 200 miles) the country of Ireland holds a big place in world and human history. And many from around the globe proudly lay claim to ancestral ties there. S is for Shamrock: An Ireland Alphabet gives readers a guided A-Z tour of this small island country whose influence extends far beyond its sea borders

S Is for Shamrock: An Ireland Alphabet by Eve Bunting, Matt Faulkner Small in size (less than 400 by 200 miles) the country of Ireland holds a big place in world and human history. And many from around the globe proudly lay claim to ancestral ties there. S is for Shamrock: An Ireland Alphabet gives readers a guided A-Z tour of this small island country whose influence extends far beyond its sea borders

Irish Traditional Cooking: Over 300 Recipes from Ireland's Heritage

The Shark God: Encounters with Ghosts and Ancestors in the South Pacific

Irish Traditional Cooking: Over 300 Recipes from Ireland's Heritage

Ireland is, of course, a Celtic country but in terms of how long it has been populated, the Celts are relative newcomers.  For more than 7,000 years the island was inhabited by people of the Stone Age. Very little is known about them although they did leave behind a few clues which has enabled historians and archaeologists to offer us a glimpse of who they were and how they lived.

Ireland is, of course, a Celtic country but in terms of how long it has been populated, the Celts are relative newcomers. For more than 7,000 years the island was inhabited by people of the Stone Age. Very little is known about them although they did leave behind a few clues which has enabled historians and archaeologists to offer us a glimpse of who they were and how they lived.

Ireland Booklet Country Study

Ireland Booklet Country Study

This 28 Page "All About Ireland" country study mini booklet project is perfect your upcoming Ireland unit, lesson, multicultural study, cultural fair, or

I met Jody a few years ago while in Dublin. Her love of Ireland is evident in her website Ireland Family Vacations, but even more so when I talked to her in person. So who better to share a list of Ireland family favorite books than the expert herself?  If this list has you ready to …

Our Most Loved Books About Ireland for Kids

I met Jody a few years ago while in Dublin. Her love of Ireland is evident in her website Ireland Family Vacations, but even more so when I talked to her in person. So who better to share a list of Ireland family favorite books than the expert herself? If this list has you ready to …

Wildflower Girl  by Marita Conlon-McKenna  Part of a trilogy about three children who survived the Irish potato famine

Wildflower Girl by Marita Conlon-McKenna Part of a trilogy about three children who survived the Irish potato famine

The story of how Grace O'Malley and Queen Elizabeth I parleyed -- "both women who had the strength, courage and charisma to rule in a world of men." Article at link. (One of several books: "Amazing Grace: The Story of Grace O'Malley the Notorious Pirate Woman"

Elizabeth I and Grace O'Malley: The Meeting of Two Irish Queens

The story of how Grace O'Malley and Queen Elizabeth I parleyed -- "both women who had the strength, courage and charisma to rule in a world of men." Article at link. (One of several books: "Amazing Grace: The Story of Grace O'Malley the Notorious Pirate Woman"